rebuild and rebuild in areas they shouldn't even be in. >> that's right. gerri: another fact that i want you to talk to me about here, fema is picking up the tab for some 1300 hurricane sandy victims to have hotel rooms in new jersey. let's think about this. let's do the math. 1300 people overnighting for, what, 150, $3300 a night every night -- $300 a night? fema doesn't get the check out, they pay more and more. the tax tab just keeps going up, up, up, up, up, up. >> well, i'm not surprised because this is just the nature of government relief. gerri: it sure is. >> it isn't very cost effective. this ties in to the other big story that's going on this week in washington which is, you know, whether these federal agencies can, you know, cut five cents out of the dollar, you know, in these sequester cuts and all the agencies are saying, oh, my goodness, we can't possibly absorb these cuts. jr. jer that's going to be our deficit this year. are you happy about that? we're under a trillion.